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Wish I Were There

  1. They'll Take Me In Chains
    This is an old Del McCoury tune that he recorded in the 70's. Louie has been doing it about that long. It is always requested by Louie's brother, Donald
  2. You'll Find Her Name Written There
    From the Father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe, this song has been recorded by several others. It showcases why Louie is known as the man with" Titanium Tonsils"
  3. I'll Be True While You're Gone
    "I got this one from an early Stanley Brothers recording that featured Pee Wee Lambert on the lead vocal"
  4. It Rains The Same In Missouri
    Louie recorded this Mac Wiseman song on his Wood Smoke album for Revonah Records in the 70's Louie has been around so long that there is a rumor going around that he also recorded it for Edison. We get so many requests for it, we decided to do another studio version. Vie D'Amico who is on mandolin, played fiddle on Louie's Revonah recording.
  5. Invitation To Your Party
    While looking for another Jerry Lee Lewis tune that someone said Louie should do, Louie heard this one and" It blew me away" He fell in love with it, we learned it in the studio so it couldn't be much newer for us than that.
  6. I Like You Best Of all The Leading Brands
    Louie got this one from one of the Lester & Mac recordings featuring duets by Mac Wiseman & Lester Flatt
  7. Wish I Were There
    The title cut, was written by Louie's nephew Steve Correll. It is a song that reflects on a happier time in life when things were simpler.
  8. Route 6 Ramble
    This Hard Drivin' instrumental was written by The Banjo Wizard of Whites Crossing, David Cavage who has been playing with Louie off & on since 1983. This is a tune that you will surely hear popping up in jam sessions.
  9. For The First Time
    This is a really nice tune from the Country Gentlemen but Louie thought it was too short. " ] really loved doing this song but] thought it was too short so] wrote another verse thinking of my wife, Darlene"
  10. Letter Edged In Black
    Louie's mother introduced him to this tune. “She had an old 78 by probably Mac Wiseman and she actually showed me a Letter edged in Black" ¬† .
  11. Heaven
    “This is another song that has a good message that .I always liked to sing"
  12. Hit Parade of Love
    Here the "Duke of Bluegrass", Louie Setzer pays tribute to "The King of Bluegrass" Jimmy Martin
  13. Mr. Engineer
    Another Jimmy Martin Classic, What Louie Setzer album would be complete without them
    "This has always been a good song for us & 1 never got to record it. Dug it back up and moved it to the key of B and it really came alive"
  14. I Saw You from Heaven
    This is a Hank Williams flavored song written and recorded by a good friend of ours, Mark Miklos.  Mark was so excited that Louie was going to record it, we had to ask him to sing on it.
  15. Nobody's Love Is Like Mine
    This of course is a Stanley Brothers classic. Louie has the band in the Hard Drivin' mode on this one. “I always liked anything the Stanley brothers ever did, when it comes to Traditional Bluegrass, you can’t get much better than the Stanley's"
  16. How Great Thou Art.
    The title say's it all. This is dedicated to Him that gave us this great gift of music. Louie would sing this in the choir at the Bushkill Methodist Church, Wind Gap, Pa and several of the congregation said" You should record that"

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